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Title: Shirley's Art 789- Stories Behind My Paintings-Chinese Xieyi-430-A154-Shirley's 184th Assignment in Chinese National Academy of Arts -Feb 13,2013
Artist: Shirley Zhang
Size: 22.00cm( 8.66 inches) x 29.00cm (11.41 inches) on the Silk
Completed Time: Feb 13, 2013
Remarks:
This is my 789th painting since 2003and the 430th Chinese Xieyi Painting, the 184th assignment that I have completed in Chinese National Academy of Arts .

This is the 8th painting that I painted for the series stories and my long scrollゞ屈噴膨丐〃: Er Shi Si Xiao Tu -- The Twenty-Four Dutiful Children .


This story names 藍摶療跡日長: Wang Pou Wen Lei Qi Mu -- Wang Pou Cried by His Mother's Grave in the Thunder Storm.

Wang Pou lived in Yingling (today's Changle, Shandong Province) in the Kingdom of Wei220-265), he was vast and versatile erudition and treated his parents quite considerate and filial.

When his mother was alive, she was scared of thunder very much.
n by the grave of his mother and cried, Pou here and mother did not be afraid of
After she was dead, was buried in the forest. Every time, as soon as the thunder-storm came, Wang Pou run to her grave. Always he fell down the thunder.

After his father was killed by the emperor of the Jin Dynasty 265-420- Sima Chao, he never went anywhere but taught professionally, and he did never sit facing west for whole of his life, to express his idea that he would never work for Jan Dynasty.

With so much move and respect, I painted this painting.


How do you think of it? Do you enjoy it?

I really hope that my effort will be some help with you to learn Chinese culture and art.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please write to shirley@ebridge.cn or leave your message on Message Board.

Shirley
Feb 15, 2013(Chinese Time)